Just watching a movie

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I was just watching the movie.

Estaba viendo la película.

Movie. I'm just watching the movie.

Estaba viendo la película.

I guess I was just watching the movie.

Supongo que estaba mirando la película.

The second step is just watching the movie!

El segundo paso se acaba de ver la película!

People who ask what's happening during a movie instead of just watching the movie.

Las personas que preguntan qué está pasando durante una película en vez de simplemente mirar la película.

It was enough time, though, to meet people, extraordinary people, whose effort and skills could be easily seen by just watching the movie... Pity that the final result wasn't definitively at that level of excellence.

Fue suficiente, sin embargo, para conocer gente, personas extraordinarias, cuyo esfuerzo y talento se refleja en la peli sin ambages... Una pena que el resultado final no hiciera honor a los niveles de excelencia que el equipo fue capaz de alcanzar.

I'm just watching the movie.

Estaba solo viendo la película.

I'm just watching the movie.

Solo veo la película.

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Watching Movies for Your Mental Health I Psych Central

Watching movies can be beneficial for your mental health and serve as more than just a hobby or pastime.

Watching movies is an activity that has long been regarded as simply a pastime to enjoy when you have a free moment from life’s responsibilities.

While too much screen time can be harmful, engaging in hobbies that balance your work and professional life can be healthy.

Movies can provide several mental health benefits.

Boost mood

If you live with an anxiety disorder or depression, or you’re simply anxious and stressed about work and family commitments, taking time to watch a movie could help improve your mood.

A 2016 review found that enjoying leisure activities such as watching movies could boost mood and reduce symptoms of depression.


Pleasurable distractions and entertainment could provide rest and relaxation and replenishing qualities, according to a 2017 study.

Finding relaxation by watching a movie might be easier than it sounds. It might be a good idea to eliminate unnecessary distractions during the movie.

If you have trouble disconnecting from work or other daily stressors, consider leaving your phone and other devices in another room or on “do not disturb” mode so that you’re interrupted only for urgent matters.

You might find that you’re able to engage your mind with the plot you’re following without distractions, which could make for a more soothing experience.

A musical or romantic comedy, aka rom-com, could be just the distraction you need to relax after a long day.


Watching movies could be motivational in many ways.

Giving your mind a break from work for something enjoyable could motivate you to be more productive when you get back to it and to ward off feelings of burnout.

If the movie highlights someone successfully chasing their ambitions, it could motivate you to do the same. It might also inspire you to take up a new hobby or pursue a new goal, according to a 2020 study.

Improve relationships

If you’ve been feeling some level of disconnect between someone close to you — whether it’s your romantic partner, best friend, or child — watching movies together could be just the ticket to rekindle your relationship.

It could be especially helpful if you have the same taste in movies and choose something new that you’re both enthused about watching.

Not only will you bond in the moment of watching, but you might feel a renewed sense of connection when you discuss what you watched afterward.

Reduce stress

A good comedy could help lower your stress levels. A 2016 study found that laughter could reduce the levels of hormones in the body responsible for stress, such as cortisol and epinephrine.

If you’re not in the mood to laugh, consider a drama or tearjerker. Crying could also lower cortisol levels in the blood, according to a 2020 study.

Inspire social and cultural reflection

Watching films that take on tough topics could be a thought-provoking experience for you.

Whether you want to better understand a current social issue or spark a conversation about an opposing point of view, watching films could help educate and enlighten.

Aside from providing entertainment and a distraction from a stressful day, watching movies could also be a therapy technique.

Cinema and video therapy are sometimes used as a part of psychotherapy. Therapists might use this type of therapy to expose you to a character who might be having a similar emotional experience, according to a 2021 study.

It could also encourage you to look at your situation from a different perspective, providing new ways of coping.

A therapist might choose a commercial film or video (documentary) related to your challenges. If you’re having trouble in your romantic relationship, you might be instructed to watch a film with the same theme.

You might also be given therapeutic exercises to perform before, during, or after viewing.

The movie, genre, and the theme chosen will depend on your situation.

Engaging in activities you enjoy, such as watching movies, can be beneficial. It could boost your mental health, relieve stress, and foster relationships.

Still, movies aren’t a treatment or cure for your mental health symptoms. If your symptoms interfere with your daily life, a mental health professional could help.

They might be able to determine whether cinema therapy would work for you and your lifestyle.

Alisa Ponomareva: “I just watch movies and write less and less”


Olga Belik

January 6, 2017

We continue our series of “Interviews with the editors”. Who, how and why makes Cinemafia what it is - read in our interviews!

This time Olya Belik is asking Alisa Ponomaryova about her favorite movies, actors, and with whom she would like to star in the same film.

Alisa Ponomareva is a rare but well-aimed author of Cinemafia. She has a sharp tongue and a devoted love for those whom she, pardon the tautology, loves. Alice appeared in our editorial office in 2016 and skillfully maintains an aura of mystery. Therefore, now is a good chance to dispel this halo a little with the help of our sacred number - 11 questions.

— Are you professionally connected with cinema? If not, what is your profession?

- No, not connected in any way. I studied at Tyumen State University, my profession is a printed journalist. During my university practice, I wrote about football competitions between village teams and the success of local farmers - there was no smell of any stories with a happy ending.

— How and when did you start writing about cinema? How did it happen, on what resource?

— It seems like three years ago I read on Twitter that the Inspector needed new authors. I wrote to the mail, completed the test task, I was terribly worried. The first independent text was a review of Godzilla with Bryan Cranston and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. That's how it all happened.

- What else would you like to do - write scripts, act? Or are you satisfied only with writing about cinema?

- Nothing ever suits me, I even sleep badly because everything is not the way I want.

And the way I write about cinema doesn't suit me either. And, of course, I want to create a script, but I'm sure that it won't suit me either. So I just watch movies and write less and less.

How do you evaluate movies, how do you watch movies — strictly by genre, or do you have no criteria?

- I have only one - very strict and at the same time very stupid criterion - the attractiveness of the actors. So I look at filmography - Tom Hardy, Seth Rogen, Michael Pitt, Channing Tatum. Ever since childhood, I have loved cowboys and bandits - I watch everything indiscriminately.

What does good cinema mean to you? What about the bad?

- Here I am also stupid and superficial - I judge only by inner feelings, not evaluating either the work of the operator or the moral of this fable. If I groaned, froze, worried, cried and laughed, then the movie is good. And since I can freeze from the mere sight of Jai Courtney, there are practically no bad films for me, as you understand.

- Five of your favorite and least favorite films. And five favorite and least favorite actors and actresses.

- It's always difficult with loved ones, let me just name those that I've watched so many times that I know by heart.

My greatest love is the first part of The Godfather. Then "The Lord of the Rings" (all parts), "Bloody Thursday", "Pulp Fiction" and "Borat".

It's even harder with the unloved. I didn't like Under Cover of Night, Lobster and Captain Fantastic, for example. And Interstellar - it was a disgusting three hours! I don’t like pretentious films, the creators of which put themselves above the audience and try to teach them about life, smartly pronouncing common truths like “Happiness is near, be good, time flies”.

I love Tom Hardy, Chris Evans, Henry Cavill, Jai Courtney and Jake Gyllenhaal - beautiful, smart and hefty!

Of the actresses, I like Tina Fey, Amy Schumer, Kristen Wiig, Anna Faris and Sandra Bullock - fearless and able to laugh at themselves.

— If you could play a movie with someone, who would it be? And what movie would you star in?

- I love Michael Pitt the most and the longest - my ex-boyfriend simply hated him, said that he even dreams of Pitt. But what to do - love!

A movie we'd do together would be terribly pretentious and pompous - I definitely wouldn't watch that for any price. I think the plot would be something like this: we sit opposite each other, I look at him with all my eyes, and he silently smokes.

- Does popcorn in movie theaters piss you off?

- No, nothing bothers me at all.

- What do you think, will cinema die, will it give way to serials - or not? Why?

- By the way, when I was taught to be a print journalist, we were told that paper publications have been buried for several centuries - either after the advent of TV, then after the Internet. And they still live. Cinema is not going anywhere, because it's one thing to watch Tony Soprano while drinking tea in your pajamas, and another thing to listen to Godzilla's guttural rumble and watch how spaceships plow the expanses of the universe. Plus collective experience and worries with neighbors in a row. Just remember how you watched the last "Mad Max" in the movie, for example.

- Who was your favorite childhood movie character?

- If it's childhood, then Raiden, played by Christopher Lambert in Mortal Kombat. And he was loved because Lambert is handsome!

- Do you cry at the movies?

— Wrong word!

We announce the recruitment of new authors. If you like not just watching a movie, but interesting (and informative) writing about it, we will be glad to see you in our ranks. Write to [email protected] marked "I want to become a Cinemafia author", take our test tasks, and then send your friends links to your articles. And yes - you don't have to live in Moscow or St. Petersburg!

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